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Meet the Twins

They arrived last week and have been great additions to our family. Their names are wash (on the left) and dry (on the right). They are very similar, but I manage to tell the difference between the two. We've spent a lot of time together already and they are behaving very well. Their predecessors decided they didn't want to live with our family anymore, so we decided to upgrade to a newer design. They are quiet, require a lot less energy and tell me exactly how much time is left before they finish their thing. Mommie is in love.


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  2. I would love for the twins to come to roost at my house!

  3. Aren't those new washers and dryers wonderful? We upgraded a few months ago when our 30-year-old hand-me-downs finally crashed...I love them so much!

  4. This post cracks me up. I think you are due a shower, as in gifts, you know, HE detergents, fabric softeners, laundry baskets and a sweet little rug for the floor in front of them(where all my laundry falls when transporting from one machine to the other.)


  5. ooooo, those are really nice. Is it sad that we get excited over stuff like this now?! :)

    Left you something at my place! Come on over and see!

  6. i am sooo jealous! they are awesome!!

  7. I am very jealous! They are very chic! My parent's have these (or very similar ones) and my Mom LOVES them as well!

  8. Congratulations on your new additions! :)

    awwww... so precious (and efficient!) :)

  9. yea, congrats. I had to get a new W&D this year too. Still paying it off, ha.

  10. I can imagine how happy you were to meet these twins!


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